Visit of Apostolic Nuncio

We thank the Apostolic Nuncio, Archbishop Charles J. Brown and all the visiting clerics for celebrating Mass with us as part of our 75th anniversary celebrations on the Feast of Our Lady of the Rosary, 7th October 2013. Thanks to everyone for coming in such great numbers and to all those involved in organising a splendid occasion.

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About Our Church
On 30 September 1935, Archbishop Edward Byrne constituted Harold’s Cross into a new parish, giving it the title of Our Lady of the Rosary. Work on a new splendid church began and in 1938 it was finished, giving us the beautiful church we now have. It can hold approximately 1,600 people. The ornate stained-glass window over the main altar, depicting Our Lady of the Rosary, was installed at the beginning of the new millennium. Visit our history page for more about our church and parish.

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Today’s Mass Readings
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Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow
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Yesterday’s dead,
Tomorrow’s unborn,
So there’s nothing to fear
And nothing to mourn.
For all that is past
And all that has been
Can never return
To be lived once again.
And what lies ahead
Or the things that will be
Are still in God’s hands
So it is not up to me
To live in the future
That is God’s great unknown,
For the past and the present
God claims for His own.
So all I need do
Is to live for Today
And trust God to show me
The truth and the way.
For it’s only the memory
Of things that have been
And expecting tomorrow
To bring trouble again
That fills my today,
Which God wants to bless,
With uncertain fears
And borrowed distress.
For all I need live for
Is this one little minute,
For life’s here and now
And eternity’s in it.
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(Helen Steiner Rice)

 

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